With TJ VanToll, KendoReact Developer Advocate
Building a great financial dashboard app is a complex project that involves a good deal of research, planning and coding. While there is no single dashboard template that can serve all scenarios, in this webinar we show how React developers can significantly shorten development time, while creating a polished and highly functional dashboard.
In his crisp and easy-to-follow style, Developer Advocate TJ VanToll walks you through the different steps in building a responsive Bootstrap-themed Stocks Portfolio application with React.
This 45-minute demo session recording covers:
This example demonstrates the creation of a financial dashboard; however, the steps can be applied to building any kind of dashboard or data visualization with React.
To build this dashboard, TJ uses the professional UI components available in KendoReact, a complete commercial UI library that includes 80+ components built for React from the ground up—including a library of data visualization components, charts and gauges.
Beyond saving time and effort, using a complete UI suite comes with additional benefits such as easy styling through the library’s theming capabilities, out-of-the-box internationalization and localization support, accessibility compliance and professional, award-winning technical support.
TJ is a frontend developer, author, and a Principal Developer Advocate for Progress. TJ has over a decade of web development experience, including a few years working on the jQuery and NativeScript teams. Nowadays, he helps web developers build awesome UIs with KendoReact.
KendoReact is a professional UI and data visualization component library for React. With KendoReact, developers get an immediate productivity boost and business get shorter time-to-market for their web apps.
Designed and built from the ground up specifically for React, KendoReact can augment any existing UI stack. Its 80+ feature-rich components and advanced functionality make it the perfect suite to standardize on and remove much of the complexity of working with multiple UI solutions. If you want to learn more, check out the fully functional demos available on the KendoReact documentation website.